Revealed today at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show, the redesigned 2024 Subaru Impreza is noteworthy for what it gains, and for what it loses. Gone is an available manual transmission, and more significantly a sedan variant. Returning for ’24 is the sporty RS trim level. An RS version of the Impreza was last offered in 2007.
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Mechanically similar to the Crosstrek small crossover, the Impreza shares that popular Subaru’s basic architecture and powertrain options, but is considered a car, and thus rides lower to the ground, and is not marketed with the pretense of off-road capability. For 2024, only a 4-door hatchback will be offered.
The new Impreza features updated exterior and interior styling, and an enhanced EyeSight safety and driver-assistance system.
The 2024 Impreza will be available in three trim levels: base, Sport, and